The National Spectrum Consortium has developed three working groups that bring together the largest pool of scientists and engineers to focus on 5G, Spectrum Superiority, and Spectrum Regulatory. Each working group has 250+ members who understand the technical details relating to spectrum and spectrum-dependent systems, and their relationship to new and emerging technology in the 5G and beyond ecosystem, across both commercial and military applications. Over the past year, the working groups have contributed to two 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) publications. They have also published a Recommended Practice for Co-existence between Tactical Data Links and Electronic News Gathering Systems.

About NSC:

The National Spectrum Consortium members develop prototypes via an easy-to-use, highly flexible, $2.5 billion contracting instrument known as the Spectrum Forward Other Transaction Agreement (OTA). The OTA focuses on technology areas that enable spectrum sharing and maneuver, and that leverage expanded spectrum access to advance future generations (5G/xG) of wireless communications architectures and capabilities. Its scope includes exploitation of the massive amounts of data traversing through spectrum, enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), autonomous systems, artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML), big data and data analytics, and more — all within zero trust environments.

Published On: February 21st, 2023Categories: Success StoriesTags: